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Proto-IE: *bhergʷ-, *bhergʷh-
Meaning: to feed
Old Indian: bhárvati `to chew, devour, eat'
Avestan: baoirya- `was gekaut werden muss, fest', baourva- `kauend'
Old Greek: phérbō, -omai̯, plqpf. hHom. epephórbei̯ `weiden, hüten, füttern, ernähren', m. `sich an etw. nähren, verzehren, geniessen'; phorbǟ́ f., pl. phorbá n. `Weide, Futter, Nahrung'
Slavic: ? *bergtī (в значении `кормить')
Germanic: *birgw-a- vb., *bargw-ia- vb.
Russ. meaning: кормить(ся)
References: WP II 164 f (differently in Pok.)
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